DW Desktop & Mobile Application Compatibility List
Last Edit: February 3, 2022
Digital Watchdog’s surveillance recording solutions can be viewed either locally or remotely through the use of the variety of DW desktop and mobile software applications. These applications can connect with recorders and DW Spectrum Server hardware either directly (by IP Addressing) or through DW’s Peer-to-Peer (P2P) proxy services.
The viewing application that should be used is dependent on the model of the recording product type. So before installing a viewing application to the connecting device (computer, phone, tablet, etc.), make sure that the recording unit will compatible with the software.
**NOTE: The term “Legacy” refers to a product/device that has been discontinued due to stop of production, supersession by a newer product, etc. For a list of Legacy DW products that have been discontinued, you may visit:
Mobile software applications for both the Android systems and iOS (Apple) systems can be downloaded from either the Google Play Store (Android) or the App Store (iOS) to your mobile device (phone or tablet).
Computer desktop applications for both Windows systems and Macintosh systems can be downloaded from the .
**NOTE: Applications that were not created by Apple may not be recognized by Macintosh computers – additional system approval may be necessary.
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**NOTE: Please be aware that even though an application may be compatible with a recording model, there may only be limited feature support available.
Partially compatible models include:
Fully Compatible Models include:
This legacy software is no longer supported by the Macintosh platform.
**NOTE: Pathfinder (P2P) connections with the VMAX IP Plus or VMAX A1 Plus (5 MP) is limited to client functions only. C3Event Server functions will only work through the use of an IP address or DDNS connection.
**NOTE: This software is compatible with x64-bit operating systems only; Windows 10 (x64) or MacOS 10.12 (Sierra) support only.